Months after launching his trendy sports bar and nightclub, Joseph Mwenda popularly known as DJ Joe Mfalme has quit his job at Capital FM after 12 years.

The celebrated DJ made the announcement in a statement on Monday thanking the Capital fm for according him the opportunity to hone his craft there.

Mfalme said it was time for him to expand his horizons and that he would soon make a major announcement on his next undertaking.

“I would like to thank the Capital FM Kenya family for giving an opportunity to a young man from Meru who had dreams and ambitions of entertaining people through the art of deejaying. I have made some of my best memories working with Capital FM Kenya and I will eternally be grateful to them for the growth and opportunity awarded to me,” he said in the statement.

The popular entertainer has featured on some of the station’s biggest shows, including the recently canceled Hits Not Homework and the Big Bounce.

He is an award-winning Radio, TV and Events deejay whose career begun over a decade ago when he won the 2008 Pilsner Mfalme competition by beating top deejays from across Kenya.

Since then, Mfalme has been among the most sought-after DJs in the country after headlining countless shows and establishing himself as a media DJ on Capital FM, Trace Africa and K24 tv.

He has performed at various international gigs and worked with top organisations and is also known to play almost every genre of music and connects with his fans through music.